Sep 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, for those far away from here, explain what it is. >> it is a little piece of maryland and virginia. both states gave up some of their territory to create this thing called the district of columbia. it happened because, interestingly enough, during the continental congress some of the great veterans had not been paid. philadelphia has been the capital of the united states -- the veterans marched on philadelphia to demand payment. the congress at the time, they asked the local police to support them. they had no local police, of course. after that, they said, this will never happen again. we will have our own territory. the congress will be there. we will control it. if we have to call for help, we will be able to call for it because it is our territory. so they created this place called the district of columbia. the constitution gives congress full control over the district of columbia. what congress has done, this was done in 1973, was to delegate some of its authority to a locally elected government to manage the affairs of the district, with congress retain oversight authority. up unti
Sep 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
the candidates for the u.s. senate seat in virginia. >> trying to encourage developers to think about what information they truly need to make me app function. if you are playing the game, but -- do they need to collect precise giglio location of formation track the consumer, can abrogate the consumer as she passes to the world of the entire day and for all days? what information is really needed to make the app functional, who else should see it -- in other words, should act as beloved? how long do you need to retain it, and when you are done, what would you do with it? >> one of the biggest problems is the work force, they are still looking for more and more people to move into this industry, to develop apps and work on creating them and all that goes into it. basically it is the biggest problem, the fears people have that somehow an washington we will decide we will come and tell everybody how to do their business or how not to do their business and hurt a growing business. but the only real fear is workforce issues. the rest is all the optimism. >> smartphone apps, privacy and the u.s.